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Suggesting without any evidence that the government secretly stages violent attacks to promote a political agenda (Washington Post, 6/30/17) is generally seen as irresponsible–unless, of course, the government is an official enemy.

Suggesting without any evidence that the government secretly stages violent attacks to promote a political agenda (Washington Post, 6/30/17) is generally seen as irresponsible–unless, of course, the government is an official enemy.

Suggesting without any evidence that the government secretly stages violent attacks to promote a political agenda (Washington Post, 6/30/17) is generally seen as irresponsible–unless, of course, the government is an official enemy.

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